Iñigo Ortiz is a Senior-cofounder of ORTIZLEON ARCHITECTS having established the practice with Enrique leon in 1984. Educated at Madrid School of Architecture continued his studies and research at Architectural Association ( London ) (Wind influence in energy and building shape) and MBA IESE University (Barcelona).
He has a deep knowledge of how companies work and their needs for spaces and architecture. From the very beginning his interest for sustainability led him to attend International Congress in USA, Norway, Japon , Australia,etc, in some of them as a lecturer,and still updated of what internationally is going on.
A landmark in his career was the SANITAS BUILDING (Madrid) design and construction, first 100% sustainable building in Spain designed with LEED standards (2.000). ORTIZ LEON has been awarded several times by private and public institutions as Union Spanish Architects. He also collaborate with prestigious international firms like Cesar Pelli, Herzog & de Meuron, etc.
He has participated in numerous publications and has written the book “Material environmental evaluation for a appropriate architecture" and Visiting Professor at Architecture University of Madrid.
In 1998 this holistic approach to environmental design in architecture gave OL to establish its own environmental agenda.
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